Attendee clicking and dragging meeting to a new time/date

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One of my users called. She is the organizer of the meeting. She said it

has happend now several times that a particular attendee ends up with the

meeting at a completely different date. She thinks he is clicking and

dragging the meeting, but she is not notified when he changed it. I had her

test with me, and sure enough I was able to click and drag the meetting to a

new date, and she was never notified of the change. She wanted to know if

there is a way to disable the ablity to click and drag or to notofu jer wjem

a change has been made.. I haven't the slightest idea on how to search for

this problem online. I am not seeing any setting that would affect this.

Does anyone have any thoughts? We are using outlook 2007
 

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Attendees can't change the dates in the meeting -only suggest new dates so I would not expect her to get a notification when he moves it.

The person moving it should be warned they are moving it (http://slipstick.me/jing/move.png) - but there is nothing to prevent them from moving it, other than sending updates so the meeting moves back where it belongs.

One of my users called. She is the organizer of the meeting. She said it

has happend now several times that a particular attendee ends up with the

meeting at a completely different date. She thinks he is clicking and

dragging the meeting, but she is not notified when he changed it. I had her

test with me, and sure enough I was able to click and drag the meetting to a

new date, and she was never notified of the change. She wanted to know if

there is a way to disable the ablity to click and drag or to notofu jer wjem

a change has been made.. I haven't the slightest idea on how to search for

this problem online. I am not seeing any setting that would affect this.

Does anyone have any thoughts? We are using outlook 2007
 
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